LET, Indian consulates help Olympic hopeful Tvesa reach venue on time | Golf News – Times of India

BEROUN (Czech Republic): Olympic hopeful Indian golfer Tvesa Malik, who had misplaced her passport, has lastly reached the venue for the Czech Ladies Open after receiving help by the Ladies European Tour and the Indian consulates in Stockholm and Czech Republic.
Malik misplaced her passport throughout one of the Covid checks at both a venue or an airport. But after 4 hectic days, she is able to tee.
Malik reached out to the Tour officers and the Indian consulates in Stockholm and Czech Republic.
Malik, who has an outdoor probability of qualifying because the second Indian entry in ladies’s part for the Olympics, must win or end in Top-3 and hope for some withdrawals to hitch Aditi Ashok in Tokyo.
Somewhere throughout that interval I misplaced my passport. The checks themselves can typically be hectic,” she said.
She couldn’t recall where she had last left the passport but had the presence of mind to inform the LET and managed to get across to the Indian consulate.
“The Tour (LET) was wonderful,” added Malik.
“It was an enormous reduction once I landed in Prague. Hitting golf balls at a spread by no means felt higher.”
Meanwhile, she will get a new passport.
The Czech Ladies is being held in Beroun, a venue 40 km outside Prague.

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